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Mursi woman

Moises Gomes African Women Hello my friends, This work developed to study techniques of modeling organic, rendering and composition. It was inspired by photographs of women of African tribes.

Papa Legba- Haitian myth: the loa of communication. He is the intermediary between the Loa and humanity. He is depicted as an old man wearing straw hat, clutching a cane, and smoking a pipe. Dogs are sacred to him.

Papa Legba- Haitian myth: the loa of communication. He is the intermediary between the Loa and humanity. He is depicted as an old man wearing straw hat, clutching a cane, and smoking a pipe. Dogs are sacred to him.

Mother of the Sky- Goddess Oya <3

գիշերային թռչուն կին Gisherayin T’rrch’un Kin : Julie Maquillage : Valérie Baldacon, audrey Coiffure : Aimée of

pomba-gira raiña

Pomba Gira "Pomba knows the name of each desire. Pomba knows the way to light your fire." She personifies feminine desire, sexuality and beauty.

O My Yemaya Take care, bless your children, and all those who have faith in you. Cleanse us with your sacred saltwater, Ase. O My Yemaya Goddess of The Sea Take away the bad and Throw it into the sea. O My Yemaya Bless, Protect us, and Deliver us...

O My Yemaya Take care, bless your children, and all those who have faith in you. Cleanse us with your sacred saltwater, Ase. O My Yemaya Goddess of The Sea Take away the bad and Throw it into the sea. O My Yemaya Bless, Protect us, and Deliver us...

Obatala..my king of the white cloth

Ifa - In the Beginning, Olodumare (God) gave the Orisa Orunmila a flawless method of communication between himself and the Orisa called Ifa. Sixteen is the number of cosmos; it represents the primal order that issued from the unity of Olodumare.

Oya wears 9 different colored scarves around her waist to represent her 9 miscarried children

Oya wears 9 different colored scarves around her waist to represent her 9 miscarried children

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